That's quite a negative view. Many, maybe all, of those things were going to happen regardless of how strict or not we went. Just look abroad at whats happening in the UK, US and Sweden.
What is great is we are now in a position to start tackling those issues and focusing solely on them. Yes we have to do it with closed borders (although trade still comes and goes...not as easily I accept). We are in a position where, if we so choose, we can open our borders. Not that I want that right now cause of whats happening abroad (some exceptions like the Pacific Islands), but we have that choice because we'd be accepted abroad.
We've done something quite unique and whether other countries would admit it or not they will be very envious of where we are.
I feel very fortunate and am thankful we have worked ourselves into this opportunity.
When, after all this, if our biggest issue is if we can get to the Gold Coast next week, that is huge. Businesses are open, they will get more freedom vey shortly, possibly more aid, we can rebuild from right now, not on 6+ months like everywhere else